About - Employers Intelligence

I frequently come across unusual insights. Seemingly small observations with game-changing potential.

The obvious question is, what should I do with all this?

Subjects touch on…

  • Search Strategies
  • Vanishing Candidates
  • Payroll Pressures
  • Employees and Automation
  • Business Development
  • Government Regulations
  • Inflation
  • Stock Prices and Dividends

They often extend beyond typical recruiting activity.
And, honestly, some write-ups can get long, when I explore themes in depth.

I do it, because I believe it’s important.

You and I might never meet.
So, I offer my studies here, in Employers Intelligence.

Hopefully, a great idea will find a way to cross your path.
And maybe, one day, you’ll be able to run with it. -TD

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The Value Of A Skilled Team


So, maybe U.S. Manufacturing is a good thing, after all.  Amazing. It does beg the question:  What is the value of the [remaining] skilled labor force? Dan Markham is the Editor of the Metal Center News.  Returning from the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Dan offered his April 11, 2023 editorial…

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Automating A Recovery


The US government is showing Americans a grim future. There’s going to be a large group in need. And there’s a small group with answers.  We call them engineers. It adds up to an extraordinary opportunity for those who are allowed to fix the problems.  Social Security released Wage Statistics for 2021. The numbers are…

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Wage-Price Spiral


When all costs go up, companies typically raise their prices.  Employees have the same problem.  Your New Applicants intend to solve that problem.  They will likely follow the pay. Companies know they have increased costs ahead.  Inflation is pushing up the cost of goods.  Taxes will surely go up.  Insurance providers have warned they will…

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Dice: Tech Professionals Enjoy Biggest Pay Raise In A Decade.


Seven job markets surge double digits, lead by Pittsburgh at 18%, year over year. – Dice. Dice, the Tech world’s job posting site, reports a tightening market and rising wages for 2012. Tech professionals, on average, earned 5% more in 2012 than they made in 2011. And that’s just the average. It’s the largest boost…

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